The Houston Cougars have set their 2011 non-conference football schedule which features the season-opener at home against UCLA.
Houston hosts UCLA at Robertson Stadium on September 3. This is the return game of the home-and-home series that began at UCLA in 2010. Read Full Story »
The Texas Tech Red Raiders have dropped the TCU Horned Frogs from their 2011 football schedule, ESPN has reported. Tech was slated to face TCU in Fort Worth on September 10.
Texas Tech reportedly dropped the game due to the new 9-game schedule in the Big 12. An extra conference game means a slightly tougher schedule. Read Full Story »
The Houston Cougars have added the Georgia State Panthers to their 2011 football schedule, GSU announced today.
Houston will host Georgia State at Robertson Stadium on September 24, 2011. It will be the first ever meeting between the two schools. Read Full Story »
The Arkansas Razorbacks have announced their 2011 football schedule, which features games against Texas A&M, Alabama, Auburn, LSU, South Carolina and Tennessee.
Arkansas will open the 2011 season on September 3 at Donald W. Reynolds Stadium in Fayetteville against Missouri State. Read Full Story »
Arkansas and LSU battle annually for the Golden Boot. Starting in 2011 and continuing through the 2012 season, the game will move back to the Friday after Thanksgiving.
The game was moved to Saturday in 2009 and 2010 to feature the Iron Bowl, which pits Auburn against Alabama. Read Full Story »
The South Carolina Gamecocks have announced their 2011 football schedule, which features games against Clemson, Navy, Arkansas, Auburn, Florida, Georgia and Tennessee.
South Carolina will open the 2011 season against East Carolina on September 3. Read Full Story »
The Oregon Ducks have added the Arkansas State Red Wolves to their 2012 football schedule, ASU has announced.
Oregon will host Arkansas State at Autzen Stadium in Eugene on September 1, 2012. Read Full Story »
The Texas Tech Red Raiders have added the Stephen F. Austin Jacks to their 2013 football schedule, the Kansas City Star has reported (via Double-T Nation).
Texas Tech will host Stephen F. Austin at Jones AT&T Stadium in Lubbock on September 7, 2013. Read Full Story »
The Boise State Broncos and the Washington Huskies have scheduled a home-and-home football series for the 2013 and 2015 seasons, Boise State announced today.
Washington will host Boise State in the first game at renovated Husky Stadium in Seattle on September 7, 2013. Read Full Story »
The Auburn Tigers beat the Oregon Ducks 22-19 to win the 2011 BCS National Championship Game. Our Football Fan Shop now has Auburn champions gear in stock.
There are over 300 Auburn National Champions item in stock, including short and long-sleeve t-shirts, hats, hoodies, ladies wear and more. Read Full Story »
The Auburn Tigers are the 2011 BCS National Champions after their 22-19 win over the Oregon Ducks. Wes Byrum kicked a 19-yard field goal as time expired to give the Tigers the victory.
Quarterback Cam Newton, the 2010 Heisman Trophy Winner, completed 20-of-34 passes for 265 yards and two touchdowns. He also rushed 22 times for 65 yards. Read Full Story »
The Central Michigan Chippewas have announced their 2011 non-conference football schedule, which features games against Kentucky, Michigan State and NC State.
Central Michigan opens the 2011 season at home on Thursday, September 1 against South Carolina State… Read Full Story »
The Utah State Aggies have announced their 2011 non-conference football schedule, which features games at Auburn and BYU.
Utah State will open the 2011 season at Auburn on September 3. The Tigers are playing in the BCS National Championship Game Monday night against Oregon. Read Full Story »
The LSU Tigers beat the Texas A&M Aggies 41-24 to win the 2011 AT&T Cotton Bowl. Our Football Fan Shop now has LSU champions gear in stock, including short and long-sleeve t-shirts, hats, hoodies, ladies wear and more.
3-day shipping is a flat rate of $4.99, so order as many items as you like (applies to 48 Continental U.S. States only). Read Full Story »